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“Diane Dous vocalist shares some vocal qualities with Garbage lead singer Shirley Manson—a sultry, full voice with a bit of a pop lilt. The tone of voice lends itself well to the band's psychedelic pop rock sound. Diane Dous' single, “Wait,” melds the group's spacey lyrics with the singer voice, creating a mellow, soft, sonic vibe. The lyrics deal with someone missing the person they love, and how they wish for someway, somehow to come back into their life...or perchance even just to run across the other’s mind. One can actually feel the pain and hurt through her voice. Lyrically, this longing is easily identifiable to anyone who's been in a heartfelt relationship that came to an unwelcomed end. Guitarist Lemon k. maneuvers deftly in the background, providing a landscape and setting an appropriate mood. "Wait" has a soft feel, connecting lyrically with its listeners, while maintaining a unique, experimental resonance.”

“Upon listening to the Diane Dous song "Wait" I was pleasantly surprised with the musicianship and artistic ability of the group. From the acoustic intro with lead guitar riffs placed where they needed to be to accent the song to the build up into full band. The vocals were in tune and on pitch, and flowed throughout the song. Unlike some artists that don't have... vocal range this singer sounds like a seasoned pro. The song it's self was well written by Lemon K., following the modern style of music using the verse, chorus etc. method. You'd be surprised how many acts try to change up how a song should generally be structured. What should be changed up is the music, lyrics and vocals in a song. That is what Diane Dous does. They are unique in their style and creative in their songwriting. Overall the production of "Wait" was a 4 out of 5, musicianship 4.5 out of 5, vocals a 4 out of 5 and songwriting a 4 out of 5.”

Ethan L.